Crop Diversity Fuels Resiliency and Health for People and Land

Ronnie Kaddu could hardly believe the numbers. As a physician working in public health in Kenya, he had long been confronted with the region’s discouraging rates of malnutrition. Over time, and as certain foods became easier to access, he started to see the pendulum swing. Fewer people were starving. But upon receiving the results from […]

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